HoopsHype Acie Law rumors

July 28, 2011 Updates

Free agent guard Acie Law is close to signing a deal with Partizan Belgrade of Serbia, one source told HoopsHype. The contract would be for one year and would not include an opt-out clause to return to the NBA if the lockout comes to an end in the middle of the season. HoopsHype

July 25, 2011 Updates

Like other NBA players who have stated interest in playing basketball overseas, Law and Jack have considered other options if the lockout continues into the regular season. "I understand why a lot of guys are considering overseas," Law said. "I'm considering some options overseas. These are our livelihoods. This is how we feed our families, and guys want to play. If they're not going to negotiate a deal, life goes on. Bills still coming in, we still have to provide for our families, so hopefully they get something worked out." ESPN.com

Golden State Warriors guard Acie Law got dinged up during a local basketball tournament Sunday. Law collided knees with another player during the 24th annual Dallas Fed X Pro-Am Basketball Classic. The Dallas native out of Kimball High School said he felt soreness in his knee and decided to sit out for his team's final two games Sunday out of precaution. "I didn't want to keep playing with the situation in the NBA and then have something small like this grow into something big," Law said. ESPN.com

April 8, 2011 Updates

Golden State Warriors shooting guard Acie Law is recovering after surgery to remove bone spurs in his injured right wrist. The Warriors said Friday's surgery in New York on Law's wrist was successful. He will be out the rest of the season and be reevaluated by team doctors in four weeks. ESPN.com

January 6, 2011 Updates

The Golden State Warriors have guaranteed Acie Law's contract for the remainder of the season and the point guard couldn't be happier. Law loves the situation in Golden State and is ecstatic to be with the Warriors after being waived from the Memphis Grizzlies earlier this season. Sources close to the point guard say that he would likely be interested in re-signing with the Warriors this summer if the team were to offer a two or three year deal. After playing for five teams in four years, Law wants some stability and would be thrilled if that came with the Warriors. HoopsWorld

January 3, 2011 Updates

Jeremy Lin and Acie Law are going to have nice weeks. Not so sure about Rodney Carney. Warriors general manager Larry Riley confirmed on Monday that the team will guarantee the contracts of Lin and Law for the remainder of the season. But Riley said no decision has been made regarding Carney, the third player on the team who has a non-guaranteed contract. CSNBayArea.com

December 10, 2010 Updates

The Warriors signed Acie Law, filling their void at backup point guard. Golden State traded Law to Charlotte on Nov. 16, 2009, as part of the Stephen Jackson deal. "I told my agent," Law said, "when he mentioned this team, 'Man, that's one of the best places I've been, that I really enjoyed.' " Law, who was waived by Memphis on Dec. 4, signed for the veteran minimum -- which for him is $916,100 prorated. He played five games with the Warriors in 2009, averaging 6.2 points in 13.2 minutes. The Warriors waived rookie forward Jeff Adrien. Oakland Tribune

December 9, 2010 Updates

To make up for the likelihood that Curry is out, the Warriors are turning to an old friend, Acie Law. According to a team source, the Warriors are signing Acie Law today. Forward Jeff Adrien will be cut. Contra Costa Times

December 6, 2010 Updates
December 5, 2010 Updates

The Memphis Grizzlies waived guard Acie Law, Grizzlies General Manager and Vice President of Basketball Operations Chris Wallace announced today. Sportando

November 18, 2010 Updates

General manager Chris Wallace insisted that nothing is imminent and that the team was merely acting on prior interest in free agents Patrick Beverley and Garrett Temple. "They're younger players floating around right now," Wallace said. "We just wanted to get a good look at them. They are two of the better names out there." Memphis Commercial Appeal

August 6, 2010 Updates

The Grizzlies signed Law to a one-year contract Thursday, bringing their roster to 14 players. Terms were not announced. "We think Acie can not only help us now, but maybe we'll be fortunate there's a little upside we can reach because he's still young," Wallace said. "He hasn't had major injuries. We're excited to see what he can bring." Memphis Commercial Appeal

August 5, 2010 Updates

Memphis Grizzlies general manager Chris Wallace said Wednesday night that the team intends to sign former Texas A&M point guard Acie Law. Wallace, who attended the public memorial service for Lorenzen Wright on Wednesday at FedExForum, said the Griz hope to complete a deal with Law, the Aggies' third-leading career scorer, in the coming days. "We've been in discussions with Acie's representatives and hope to enter into a contract with him soon," Wallace said. HoopsWorld.com reported Wednesday that Law, 25, a career backup entering his fourth NBA season, has agreed to a one-year deal with Memphis. Law, who was traded twice last season, worked out for the Griz earlier this week. Memphis Commercial Appeal

August 4, 2010 Updates

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